On Monday, April 1st students from the Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian Flagships gathered together to learn about the various Flagships at Indiana University and the many different perspectives that come along with studying these critical languages. Indiana University has the most Flagship programs in the country, and it was a fascinating experience to exchange information about the linguistic and cultural differences between the respective languages and countries. The program began with a video showcasing various cultural aspects (food in Morocco, night life in China, host family life in Azerbaijan), followed by a panel of four students (one representative per Flagship) with experience studying abroad. Questions were answered on topics ranging from the implications of political tensions on student life abroad to the linguistic tradeoff between accuracy and fluency that students sometimes experience. The panel was followed by a Q&A, after which students gathered in the atrium to present research posters in their target language and eat authentic cuisine. Overall, the night was an enlightening opportunity to share linguistic and cultural insights and learn more about the various foreign language study opportunities at Indiana University.